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Online Responsibility: Bad Samaritanism and the Influence of Internet Mediation

Saskia E. Polder-Verkiel
2010 Science and Engineering Ethics  
This paper examines the role of internet mediation in cases where people may or may not have been good Samaritans and what their responsibilities were.  ...  Their perceived reality of the situation and ability to act do have an effect on whether we can hold people responsible, but this doesn't seem to be unique to internet mediation.  ...  Squire and the reviewers of this journal for invaluable comments, support and constructive criticism that have helped this paper getting its content and shape.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11948-010-9253-z pmid:21161730 pmcid:PMC3275718 fatcat:qj2i46tvfnaenfap4d7cntnoiu

Online Therapy for Addictive Behaviors

Mark Griffiths
2005 CyberPsychology & Behavior  
Clinicians working in the field of addictive behaviors cannot afford to ignore the Internet.  ...  This paper reviews the main issues in the area and approaches the discussion acknowledging that online therapy has to be incorporated within the overall framework of the need for clinical assistance.  ...  It seems apparent that the Internet and computer-mediated communication are here to stay.  ... 
doi:10.1089/cpb.2005.8.555 pmid:16332166 fatcat:6yvovdmvwjbwlpecauhd4nuza4

In Defense of Online Intermediary Immunity: Facilitating Communities of Modified Exceptionalism

2008 Kansas Law Review  
Advances in technology are making it increasingly possible to locate and identify bad actors online, such that online anonymity is difficult to maintain.1 56 Likewise, where the bad actor is identified  ...  But his description of the corrupting influence of perfect control and concentrated private power, and particularly his call for government regulation to counteract those influences and preserve fundamental  ... 
doi:10.17161/1808.19996 fatcat:nxhai2abang47bsvarsk3mqfea

In Defense of Online Intermediary Immunity: Facilitating Communities of Modified Exceptionalism

H. Brian Holland
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Advances in technology are making it increasingly possible to locate and identify bad actors online, such that online anonymity is difficult to maintain.1 56 Likewise, where the bad actor is identified  ...  But his description of the corrupting influence of perfect control and concentrated private power, and particularly his call for government regulation to counteract those influences and preserve fundamental  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.979183 fatcat:2nipvoj2avc53ke64f6o6j6mwy

Redliking: When Redlining Goes Online

Allyson Gold
2020 Social Science Research Network  
Airbnb's algorithm augments the effects and propensity of individual user bias, creating a system wherein allegedly race-neutral variables serve as proxies for discrimination.  ...  In the early twentieth century,  ...  ., Lavi, supra note 28, at 85 (citing Danielle Keats Citron & Benjamin Wittes, The Internet Will Not Break: Denying Bad Samaritans § 230 Immunity, 86 FORDHAM L. REV. 401, 419 (2017)). ). 168.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3522156 fatcat:3vzeev3azjfyhnr5zmkhow2twe

Opposing Bonsais

Mario Wenning, Universidad Loyola Andalusia, Seville, Spain
2021 Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy  
KRITIKE and the Department of Philosophy of the University of Santo Tomas do not necessarily endorse the views expressed in the articles published.  ...  While an article published by Kritike is under the CC BY-NC-ND license, users are allowed to download and use the article for non-commercial use (e.g., research or educational purposes).  ...  In this sense, the physical world and our various relations therein are now mediated exclusively by the internet.  ... 
doi:10.25138/15.3.cp fatcat:hkgixnp5iragve6twqjs7i25gm

Web 2.0 Regulation: A Risk Management Process

Pierre Trudel
2009 Social Science Research Network  
: Same Competing Interests, Different Responses", online: (2000) 3 J.I.L.T.  ...  For a fee, a mediator can help resolve the dispute. 57 When a mediator is assigned, he or she takes cognizance of the case and then suggests a solution.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1573980 fatcat:zrvwgluxgjhmzelleczdygxrx4

Violence against the displaced: An African Pentecostal response [chapter]

Marius Nel, North-West University
2021 Reconceiving Reproductive Health: Theological and Christian Ethical Reflections  
and other bad things that happen in the world.  ...  In Matthew 5.43-48 and in the parable of the Good Samaritan, he specifically and directly rejected the concept of a qualitatively different responsibility for those in one's own group as opposed to those  ...  It reminds us that, in a sense, all of us are migrants and therefore we have the privilege and responsibility to welcome the strangerif we want to call ourselves followers of Christ.  ... 
doi:10.4102/aosis.2020.bk219.09 fatcat:ayxonig4q5bbbj7mc2kexq6r5e

The impact of telephone crisis services on suicidal users: a systematic review of the past 45 years

Elisabeth Assing Hvidt, Thomas Ploug, Søren Holm
2016 Mental Health Review Journal  
The majority of studies showed a positive impact on immediate and intermediate levels of suicidal urgency and on depressive mental states, and they elicited positive feedback from users and counsellors  ...  Originality/value -This paper attempts to broaden the study and the concept of "effectiveness" as hitherto used about telephone crisis services in the literature about telephone crisis services and offers  ...  at branches of the Samaritans, individual interviews with callers and volunteers, an online survey of callers' experience of using the service, and a textual analysis of email messages and responses accessed  ... 
doi:10.1108/mhrj-07-2015-0019 fatcat:mcko5y5lnjauldvc4tfx2rm6ty

Regulatory Goldilocks

Nina Brown
2021 Texas A&M Law Review  
This approach would likely reduce the volume of online abuses, but it would also have the practical effect of stifling harmless—and even socially beneficial—dialogue on social media.  ...  Yet the current self-regulatory scheme has failed in that it continues to enable an abundance of harmful speech to persist online.  ...  See, e.g., Danielle Keats Citron & Benjamin Wittes, The Internet Will Not Break: Denying Bad Samaritans § 230 Immunity, 86 FORDHAM L.  ... 
doi:10.37419/lr.v8.i3.1 fatcat:twmg5hevdbcqner7wwdqa7r7bq

Privacy in public spaces: what expectations of privacy do we have in social media intelligence?

Lilian Edwards, Lachlan Urquhart
2016 International Journal of Law and Information Technology  
predictive policing, that SOCMINT profiling, combined with the well-known online "disinhibition effect", will produce bad data, which will lead to bad arrests, bad prosecutions and possibly even bad convictions  ...  "The internet carries the communications of 2.4 billion internet users.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ijlit/eaw007 fatcat:koozwf3lgbd3hp7ababff6w5hi

Where the physical world meets the digital world: representations of power structures and cyberspace in television series set in New York

Julie Ambal, Florent Favard
2020 TV Series  
through internet, and especially social media.  ...  However, the artificial superintelligence (ASI) is also the narrator of the show, mediating establishing shots through surveillance cameras and generating the flashbacks of the vast majority of episodes  ... 
doi:10.4000/tvseries.4623 fatcat:lmeym4b4nnbxzejd5vi57iscku

Business Blogging In the Fog of Law: Traditional Agency Liability Principles and Less-Than-Traditional Section 230 Immunity in the Context of Blogs About Businesses

Samuel A. Terilli, Paul D. Driscoll, Don W. Stacks
2008 Public Relations Journal  
Some are directly supported, even hosted on the web, by the corporation. Some claim to be independent of any corporate influence, control or editing. Some are simply silent on those questions.  ...  This study examines the legal issues stemming from various kinds of corporate blogs, analyzes the impact of legal issues on corporate and public relations blogging, and suggests a methodology for classifying  ...  Unlike traditional media, the Internet and blogs allow conversations to proceed online without mediation by editors or interconnectivity providers.  ... 
doaj:8bf18f25b2af468884915dc912aad963 fatcat:d7zdfgmrcbcmpbvjj4kliugtli

Zeroing in on Heroes: Adolescents' Perceptions of Hero Features and Functions

Elaine L. Kinsella, Alison English, Jennifer McMahon
2020 Heroism Science An Interdisciplinary Journal  
Yet we know little about the role that heroes play in the lives of adolescentsa period of human development when challenges are plentiful, and adolescents are increasingly open to the influence of others  ...  These findings provide a nuanced view of the role of heroes in the lives of adolescents, and a novel perspective of both the positive and negative consequences of having heroes during adolescence.  ...  Good Samaritan heroes Finally, one participant spoke of Good Samaritan heroes, those who "do something out of the kindness of their heart".  ... 
doi:10.26736/hs.2020.02.02 fatcat:hya3ghh5fbgkdpxfddg3xhqt6y

Perspectives on Platform Regulation: Concepts and Models of Social Media Governance Across the Globe

Judit Bayer, Bernd Holznagel, Päivi Korpisaari, Lorna Woods, Fachinformationsdienst Für Internationale Und Interdisziplinäre Rechtsforschung
2021 Recht und Digitalisierung | Digitization and the Law  
Leading researchers of the field analyse the hard questions and the responses given by various states.  ...  Online social media platforms set the agenda and structure for public and private communication in our age. Their influence and power is beyond any traditional media empire.  ...  We are thankful for the University of Münster, the University of Essex, and the University of Helsinki, for also having supported this project.  ... 
doi:10.17176/20220609-172501-0 fatcat:ajsh6gcxmnhsferyyslen2jqwi
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